These are all the posts that have been tagged with Drinks.
German drinks manufacturer Rhodius Mineralquellen has reintroduced its mineral water into cans after more than a decade.
Evert van de Weg explores the latest developments within the aluminium bottle can sector.
We are now only a couple of days away from Euro 2016 and there appears to be a degree of cautious optimism building in England.
The emerging markets sector is said to represent 41 per cent of global consumer expenditure by 2020. With this in mind, CanTech International caught up with Thomas T. Fischer, vice president investor relations and corporate affairs at Crown.
Rexam has continued its work with German drinks company, BLC Black Labels, to package three new flavours for its energy drink brand, Schwarze Eule. Using Rexam’s 250ml slim format and its value added matt over varnish.
I’m particularly glad that this week’s blog doesn’t coincide with my visit to the Independent Beer Can Awards which I’ll be attending tomorrow night (Thursday 12 May).
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The national recycling rate for all aluminium packaging stands at 55% and the estimated recycling rate for aluminium drinks cans has reached 69% but the figures could be even higher, suggests the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro).
Coca-Cola Great Britain (CCGB) has unveiled a new and improved sugar-free drink, the next step in its strategy to help people reduce its sugar intake.
Wachusett Brewing Company is moving into new beverage territory, after developing a healthy alternative in the hard soda category.
The Can Makers have reported a dip in UK can deliveries over the past year.
2015 has proved to be another record year for total can fillings, with over 64 billion cans filled in Europe, an increase of 1.25 billion over the previous year.
Rexam has collaborated with Big Shock, a Czech energy drinks brand, to create a limited edition range of can designs.
Pepsi has launched a ‘PepsiMoji’ campaign set to launch into 100 markets this summer, featuring emojis on bottles and cans.